## 6 Table

**Table of 6**: No wonders, 6 table is quite simpler for students of 7th/8th standard but when they were kids of 3rd-4th class, learning table of 6 would be a milestone for them. If your younger sibling is facing difficulty in learning 6 table, then do make them recite the table of 6 as a poem and help them memorising it throughout their lives. Remembering multiplying table of 6 could be easier with more and more practice by reciting and writing.

## Multiplication Table of 6

It is easy to learn the tables from 1 to 5 but when it comes to a bigger number, i.e. 6, it seemed to be way more complicated for a few of the students. Learn 6 table from the below section and make your mathematical section quite interesting.

6 Table | ||

6 x 1 | = | 6 |

6 x 2 | = | 12 |

6 x 3 | = | 18 |

6 x 4 | = | 24 |

6 x 5 | = | 30 |

6 x 6 | = | 36 |

6 x 7 | = | 42 |

6 x 8 | = | 48 |

6 x 9 | = | 54 |

6 x 10 | = | 60 |

## Trick to Remember 6 Table

Read the fun facts about table of 6:

- The table of 6 do repeatedly follow a pattern at its one's place- 6, 2, 8, 4, 0
- Adding the multiplier to the table of 5 would be the multiple of 6 table.
- Adding the digits of table of 6 gives a repetition of 6, 3, 9- (6+0=6, 1+2=3, 1+8=9, 2+4=6, 3+0=3…)

### Multiplication Tables 2 to 20

Click on the below links and Learn Tables 2 to 20

2 Table | 3 Table | 4 Table | 5 Table |

6 Table | 7 Table | 8 Table | 9 Table |

10 Table | 11 Table | 12 Table | 13 Table |

14 Table | 15 Table | 16 Table | 17 Table |

18 Table | 19 Table | 20 Table |

**Roman Numbers 1 to 100****- Also Read**